Pillow by Lisa Congdon of A Bird in the Hand. Fabulous contemproary take on the traditional Log Cabin block.
Crunchy textured knit by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee of Yarn Harlot
Quilt by Wendy Huhn
I want to explore them all, and yet here I sit at work with Other Duties that ought to be attended to. Like what they're paying me to do.
My own fiber news is of the character-building variety. I ended up working late last night, just late enough to miss the Milwaukee Art Quilters meeting. When I did get home, I figured I'd have some time to devote to the Kimono Shawl. Well, the time I had was spent ripping back two rows--I'd missed two yarn-overs two rows back. Argggh. By bedtime I was back to where I needed to be. But with no forward progress.
The ripping back is a good experience--I think you need to get plenty comfortable with un-knitting when you attempt this lace stuff. But enough already. I get it!
Tonight there's a funeral to attend. Knitting may not happen at all. And so it goes.
Later edit: It was brought to my attention that I originally didn't clearly enough identify the makers of the pieces pictured. It was an oversight; a thousand apologies.